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Mother HipsMother Hips Live at S.L.O. Brewing Company on 2012-12-08 (December 8, 2012)

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Collection: MotherHips
Band/Artist: Mother Hips
Date: December 8, 2012 (check for other copies)
Venue: S.L.O. Brewing Company
Location: San Luis Obispo, CA

Source: Soundboard > XLR > Tascam DA-P1 > DAT Master
Lineage: DAT Master > Tascam DA-P1 > Coax > HHB CDR-800 > CD Master > AIFF > Adobe Audition CS5.5 > .WAV > Audacity v1.3.12b > xACT v2.18b > FLAC
Taped by: Jeff Bowen
Transferred by: Cheese Cadet Audio


The Mother Hips
December 8th, 2012
S.L.O. Brewing Company
San Luis Obispo, California

Soundboard > XLR > Tascam DA-P1 > DAT Master

DAT Master > Tascam DA-P1 > Coax > HHB CDR-800 > CD Master > AIFF

Recorded & Transferred By:
Jeff Bowen

AIFF > Adobe Audition CS5.5 > .WAV > Audacity v1.3.12b > xACT v2.18b > FLAC

Mastering & Uploaded By:
Cheese Cadet Audio

Disc One
01. White Falcon Fuzz
02. Space ->
03. Magazine
04. Whiskey On A Southbound
05. Third Floor Story
06. Tuffy
07. Del Mar Station
08. This Is A Man
09. Time-Sick Son Of A Grizzly Bear
10. Young Charles Ives

Disc Two
01. One Way Out
02. Been Lost Once
03. Rich Little Girl
04. Can't Sleep At All ->
05. Singing Seems To Ease Me ->
06. Can't Sleep At All

07. Hey Emilie


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Individual Files

Audio Files Flac VBR MP3 Ogg Vorbis
White Falcon Fuzz 20.8 MB
4.1 MB
2.3 MB
Space -> 6.9 MB
1.8 MB
1.0 MB
Magazine 35.1 MB
6.4 MB
3.7 MB
Whiskey On A Southbound 13.9 MB
2.9 MB
1.6 MB
Third Floor Story 27.5 MB
4.9 MB
2.9 MB
Tuffy 19.3 MB
3.2 MB
1.9 MB
Del Mar Station 21.9 MB
4.1 MB
2.4 MB
This Is A Man 36.2 MB
7.5 MB
4.3 MB
Time-Sick Son Of A Grizzly Bear 17.5 MB
3.3 MB
1.9 MB
Young Charles Ives 26.4 MB
5.3 MB
3.0 MB
One Way Out 17.3 MB
3.4 MB
1.9 MB
Been Lost Once 29.9 MB
6.0 MB
3.5 MB
Rich Little Girl 25.7 MB
4.3 MB
2.5 MB
Can't Sleep At All -> 14.2 MB
2.7 MB
1.5 MB
Singing Seems To Ease Me -> 18.1 MB
3.3 MB
1.9 MB
Can't Sleep At All 23.6 MB
5.6 MB
3.2 MB
Hey Emilie 37.1 MB
7.7 MB
4.3 MB
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Reviewer: Oldneumanntapr - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - December 24, 2012
Subject: Thanks to Tim Bluhm for the board patch!
I got to SLO Brew at 6 pm. to ask the band for a board patch as they were sound checking. Tim Bluhm was, as always, very gracious and readily agreed to me plugging in. Kip, the SLO Brew sound man, gave me an XLR line out to my Tascam DA-P1. I had three hours to wait before Mother Hips took the stage. Their set was a little over 80 minutes, including the encore, which was a little shorter than the last time that I have seen them. (The last time that I saw Mother Hips was when the stage was upstairs at SLO Brew, back in 2000.) There was a fight on the floor near the stage in the middle of 'Young Charles Ives'. The bass player made some comments about it at the next break between songs. There was broken glass everywhere after a lot of wine and beer glasses were knocked off the rail that separates the booths from the floor. I don't know what started it, but I have never seen a fight there before. My friend Elizabeth says it happens frequently. After the show, I had to have Kip grab me a set list from under the drum kit on stage so I could try and piece together the set list. I know the old songs but was unclear on the names of the newer ones. I'm getting too old for these long stand-up shows. It hurts my feat too much. My sister is a big Mother Hips fan and her birthday was this same night (Dec. 8) I'm sorry she couldn't make the show. She was the one who had wanted me to record the 'Hips at SLO Brew in 2000. Thanks to Ryan NeRoy for putting this one up on Live Music Archive.